EU consultations with urban implications

Since its inception in 2000, the Conference of Atlantic Arc Cities has developed an intense work of analysis and lobby, on behalf of its members and standing for the European cities in general. When it comes to public authorities, the reach is more ambitious than short spanned economic benefits. Thus, CAAC campaigns are inserted in…

Reducing the environmental impact of farms along the Atlantic Arc

By the Community Research and Development Information Service Livestock production in certain parts of Europe follows an intensive model which, while economically beneficial, is often damaging to the environment. Side effects of the intensive model of pig, poultry and cattle production include emissions of greenhouse gases (ammonia, nitrous oxide and methane) and soil and water…

Smart ticketing for mobility in Europe

 Come to Dublin in June 13th!!! The contribution of the Atlantic Area to smart ticketing mobility The SITE project, a groundbreaking initiative, developing solutions, through SMART ticketing in Public Transport systems comes to a conclusion with a final conference in Dublin, Ireland in June. The project has developed and trialled solutions which allow travellers to…